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Monday, January 08, 2007

Melayu Boleh

Salam semua pembaca.

Buat kesekian kalinya sudah lama saya tak membuat sebarang post-post update yang berbahasa Melayu di salah satu blog 'tinggal' saya.Dan post terbaru saya ini hanyalah sebahagian dari usaha saya menyahut cabaran "SEO challenge" yang sedang diadakan di Forum WangCyber.com.

Agak kontroversi dengan tajuk tersebut?

Ya,Melayu Boleh.

"Takkan Melayu hilang di dunia"

Pepatah yang diungkapkan oleh pahlawan terbilang Tanah Melayu suatu ketika dahulu iaitu Hang Tuah memberi gambaran betapa bangsa Melayu sejak dari dahulu lagi sudah memiliki satu kekuatan dalaman untuk mempertahankan setiap apa yang ada pada orang Melayu itu sendiri.

Saya tidaklah ingin bercerita panjang lebar mengenai prisip yang dibawakan oleh lagenda rakyat ini tetapi bagi saya prinsip dan kata-kata semata tidak akan merubah nasib sesebuah bangsa itu untuk mejadi lebih berjaya,maju dan bertamadun.

Memang tak dinafikan jika kita melihat statistik ekonomi sekarang bangsa Melayu boleh dikatakan ketinggalan agak terkebelakang berbanding bangsa-bangsa yang lain dari sudut ekonomi.

Dan lebih membimbangkan lagi hasrat Dasar Ekonomi Baru yang digagaskan lebih dari 30 tahun yang lepas masih gagal mencapai matlamat objektifnya iaitu pegangan ekuiti bangsa Melayu sebanyak 30% dari 'kek' ekonomi Malaysia.

Salah siapa?

Salah bangsa Melayu sendiri yang hanya mampu mencanang Melayu Boleh tetapi gagal melaksanakannya?

Salah pemimpin yang bersikap mementingkan diri sendiri dengan menggunakan kekuasaan yang ada pada dirinya untuk mengkayakan diri sendiri dan keluarga yang terdekat?

Siapa sebenarnya yang bersalah dalam hal Melayu Boleh ini?

Kosong.

Tiada siapa yang patut dipersalahkan.Salahkan diri anda sendiri.Bangsa Melayu menjadi gagal adalah disebabkan sikap dan mentaliti mereka sendiri.

Melayu Boleh= Boleh mencipta idea-idea unik yang mampu menjatuhkan ekonomi bangsa sendiri.

Melayu Boleh=Boleh berjaya menghuni pusat-pusat serenti dan sarang-sarang dadah di ibu kota.

Melayu Boleh=Boleh menjadi pelumba 'jalanan' yakni mat rempit.Berlumba di tengah malam meggadaikan nyawa sendiri.

"Aduhai Bangsaku,BANGKITLAH!!Ubahlah mentaliti anda.Hidupkanlah sinar Islam hadiah Allah s.w.t kepada kita.Bangkitlah dengan kekuatan Islam yang ada dalam pegangan kita semenjak zaman nenek moyang kita lagi"

Buanglah jauh-jauh sifat dengki,iri hati,buruk sangka dan dendam terhadap bangsa sendiri dan insyaAllah...

MELAYU BOLEH MENJADI BANGSA YANG TERHEBAT DAN DIGERUNI DI SELURUH PELOSOK ANTARABANGSA!!

Hidup MELAYU!!

Hidup MELAYU!!

Hidup MELAYU!!

MELAYU BOLEH!!

Wassalam,

Coretan ikhlas seorang bakal pejuang bangsa,tetapi bukan menerusi politik.:)

Sunday, December 10, 2006

Quote Of the Day


"Fear defeats more people than any other one thing in the world."

-Ralph Waldo Emerson-

Thursday, November 16, 2006

"This Is Paid Reviews"

ReviewMe.com.

About last week I visited one of my favourite blog in Malaysia,www.szab.net/blog owned and maintained by a successful online advertiser,Alang,he wrote a review about one online advertising system that he just signed up.That mentioned website is ReviewMe.com,an online advertising system that will revolutionarize the conventional method of internet advertising.

So what's the catch with ReviewMe.com?

Actually the system is just simple enough.If you have blog(s),whether it's general blogs,niche blogs etc.2,ReviewMe will offer to you to submit your blogs and if your blog is chosen by advertiser to get their products be review on your blog,then you would get paid out of writing that advertiser's product review.

The best thing here is,it's not necessary to write only positive review.Yup,you don't need to be biased on your review.That's fair enough for me in terms of benefiting the costumers.

ReviewMe also will pay you when you write a review about them on your blog,just as what I do right now.This is a paid review and I will be paid once I finished writing this review and submitted the url to them.The amount that you will get is depends on the value of your blog.Let's say your blog's value is $50,ReviewMe will pay you half of your blog's value for every review you write.But bear in mind that only there's invitation to review certain products will ensure that you will get paid.

ReviewMe only gives you 48 hours after you submit your on which blog you will use to write the review on them.

This is quite easy yet simple to earn money,especially if you have already owning blogs that having maintain traffics every single day.

You may visit ReviewMe at www.ReviewMe.com .

Saturday, November 11, 2006

Quote Of the Day

"Without involvement, there is no commitment. Mark it down, asterisk it, circle it, underline it. No involvement, no commitment."
-Stephen Covey

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Quote Of The Day

" If you are not strong, your fate depends on those who are stronger."
- Savan Gandhi

Thursday, October 05, 2006


Nazir Razak
Chief Executive, CIMB, Malaysia

Nazir Razak has a sterling pedigree. His father was Malaysia's second prime minister, and his brother is deputy prime minister and finance minister. But in his youth, Razak never spent much time among Malaysia's elite. His father, Abdul Razak, died when Razak was only nine years old, and he was shipped off to boarding school in England at 13. "After that, my privileged lifestyle went out the window," says Razak.

Today, Razak is as prominent as anyone in Malaysia -- not in politics, but in finance. He spent a total of more than a decade in Britain, earning a degree in political science and economics at the University of Bristol, and then a master's in economic development at Cambridge. Upon graduation he returned to Malaysia and joined Commerce International Merchant Bankers, taking an entry-level position in its corporate finance department. Razak climbed CIMB's corporate ranks, earning kudos when in 1992 he led the team that took power-generation company Tenaga Nasional public, in Malaysia's largest-ever initial public offering, raising $1.2 billion. He has been CEO of CIMB since 1999.

Under Razak's stewardship, CIMB has become Malaysia's premier investment bank. Early on, he expanded the bank's range of services, introducing bond underwriting and secondary bond trading, pioneering them in Malaysia. CIMB was the only one of 52 financial institutions that didn't need a bailout after the Asia crisis. "When his guys go against the local competition they clean up," says Stephen Hagger, head of research at Credit Suisse First Boston (CSR ) in Kuala Lumpur.

Last year, CIMB accounted for 56% of all mergers-and-acquisitions activity in Malaysia by value and 75% of all initial public offerings, raising more than $2 billion in IPOs alone. Razak took the company public in January, 2003 -- making CIMB the first Malaysian investment bank to list its shares. Since then, its market capitalization has more than tripled, from $395 million to $1.26 billion. Now, Razak has ambitions beyond Malaysia; last year, CIMB bought 51% of Niaga Sekuritas in Indonesia, and the bank has plans to expand its Islamic banking clientele in the Middle East as well.

Razak, 37, says he tries to emulate U.S. investment-bank management styles. He was one of the first managers in Malaysia to reward successful staffers with fat yearend bonuses. (His own reward: 38 million CIMB shares, or 4.4%, worth $55 million.) That means working New York-style hours, too. "CIMB has a reputation for being a very hard place to work," he concedes. But those long days are paying off.


credit:http://www.businessweek.com

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Describe examples of reductionism in psychology .

There are several generally accepted types or forms of reduction in both science and philosophy:
Ontological reductionism is the idea that everything that exists is made from a small number of basic substances that behave in regular ways (compare to monism). There are two forms of ontological reductionism: token ontological reductionism, and type ontological reductionism. Token ontological reductionism is the idea that every item that exists is a sum item. For perceivable items, it says that every perceivable item is a sum of items at a smaller level of complexity. Type ontological reductionism is the idea that every type of item is a sum (of typically less complex) type(s) of item(s). For perceivable types of item, it says that every perceivable type of item is a sum of types of items at a lower level of complexity. Token ontological reduction of biological things to chemical things is generally accepted. Type ontological reduction of biological things to chemical things is often rejected.
Methodological reductionism is the idea that explanations of things, such as scientific explanations, ought to be continually reduced to the very simplest entities possible (but no simpler). Occam's Razor forms the basis of this type of reductionism.

Examples of reductionism in psychology .

Methodological individualism protends sociological inquiry based on individual decisions.
Theoretical reductionism has two definitions. In the first definition it is the idea that the terms of a theory of science A referring to objects at a higher level of complexity than the objects of science B can be replaced by the terms of science B. In the second definition of theoretical reductionism the older theories or explanations are not generally replaced outright by new ones, but new theories are refinements or reductions of the old theory into more efficacious forms with greater detail and explanatory power. The older theories are supposedly absorbed into the newer ones and they can be deductively derived from the latter.
Scientific reductionism has been used to describe all of the above ideas as they relate to science, but is most often used to describe the idea that all phenomena can be reduced by scientific explanations. It is useful to note in addition that there are no explicit theories that reject token ontological reduction of biological items to chemical items, or that reject token ontological reduction of chemical items to physics items. Also by the middle of the 20th century the empirical results made extremely implausible the view that there are fundamental forces activated only by highly complex configurations of subatomic particles.
Linguistic reductionism is the idea that everything can be described in a language with a limited number of core concepts, and combinations of those concepts. (See Basic English and the constructed language Toki Pona).
The term "greedy reductionism" was coined by Daniel Dennett to condemn those forms of reductionism that try to explain too much with too little.
Eliminativism is sometimes regarded as a form of reductionism. Eliminativism is the idea that some objects referred to in a given theory do not exist. Accordingly, the terms of that theory are abandoned or eliminated. Eliminativism is often regarded as a form of reductionism, since the eliminated theory is at some point replaced by a theory referring to the objects that were not eliminated. For example, the theory that some diseases are caused by occupation by a demon has been eliminated. Accordingly it has been reduced by elimination to other theories about the causes of diseases.

Examples of reductionism in psychology .

The denial of reductionist ideas is holism: the idea that things can have properties as a whole that are not explainable from the sum of their parts. The principle of holism was concisely summarized by Aristotle in the Metaphysics: "The whole is more than the sum of its parts". Phenomena such as emergence and work within the field of complex systems theory are also considered to bring forth possible objections to some forms of reductionism. It's worth noticing that they don't object to token ontological reduction of biology to chemistry, nor to token ontological reduction of chemistry to physics. They would only be possible objections to other forms of reduction.
Outside the field of strictly philosophical discourse and outside the fields of biology, chemistry and physics, the best known denial of reductionisms of whatever kind is religious belief, which, in most of its forms, assigns supernatural original causes to phenomena. In this approach, even if a given system operates by strictly reductionistic causes-and-effects, its "true" genesis and placement within larger (and typically unknown) systems is bound up with an intelligence or "consciousness" beyond normal human perception. It is worth asking how religious systems regard token biological reduction of biological items to chemical items and chemical items to physics items.

Describe examples of reductionism in psychology .